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This Greek word, when translated into English means lighthouse. We of the vj-' r\ I \J 2- staff have en- 
deavored to make this year's annual just as helpful as a lighthouse. We trust that these pages will brighten your future 
and enable you to remember pleasing incidents in your life at the College of the Albemarle. 




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Because of your endeavors in establishing the College of 
Albemarle in Elizabeth City, we of the CP f\ I \J 2. 
staff dedicate our annual to you, CHARLES M. GORDON. 



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DR. ROBERT INNES HISLOP 
President 



Dr. Hislop, newly inaugurated President of College of 
the Albemarle, came to us from High Point College. He 
received his L. L. B. and L. L. M. degrees from Brooklyn 



Law School of St. Lawerence University and his Ph.D. 
from the University of Colorado. 



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DR. DEWEY M. STOWERS 
Academic Dean 



The Office of Dr. Dewey Stowers, Dean of the College 
of the Albemarle, is open to the individual seeking ad- 
vice on his problems, thus cementing the bond of College 
Administration and student body on a personal level. As 



Academic Dean, Dr. Stowers has proved to be an out- 
standing educator and has promoted better facilities for 
our college. 



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ALEXANDRA BOADA 

Foreign Language 

A.B., U.N.C. 

Additional graduate work, U.N.C. 

A.M., University of Havana 



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Librarian 

B.A., East Carolina 

B.S., U.N.C. 



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JAMES CRUMP 
Mathematics 
A.B. , Elon College 
M.A., Appalachian State Teachers 
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CLAUDE DAVIS 

English 

A.B. , Elon College 

M. Ed., U.N. C. 

Additional graduate work, U.N.C. 





AUSTIN FORD 
Chemistry 

B. S. , East Stroudsburg State 
Teachers College 
M.Ed.., Pennsylvania State 
Teachers College 
Additional graduate work, 

George Washington University 








RAY JONES 

Hygiene 

B.S., Wake Forest 

M.A., East Carolina 



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ROBERT KING 

Biology 

A.B. , Elon College 

M.Ed., Appalachian State 

Teachers College 
Additional graduate work, N. C. State 




WALTER McCRAW 

English 

A.B. , Elon College 

M. Ed., U.N. C. 

Additional graduate work, U. N. C. 



JOSEPH SALMON 
History 

A. A., Chipola Junior 

B. S. , Troy State College 
M.A., Florida State University 

May '64 




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A.B. , Dickinson College 
M. A., Peabody College 
Ed. D., Duke University 




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JOHN TRATHEN 
B.S., Bucknell University 

M. Ed., U.C.L.A. 

Additional Graduate Work 

U.C.L.A. 

Syracuse, and Columbia 

University 





WILLIAM ZELLERS 
Bachelor's Degree, University 

of Florida 
M. A. , Columbia University 
Ph.D., New York University 



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RAY JONES 
Registrar 

Mr. Jones, who serves as registrar, assuming the responsibility for the academic 
records of all students, also serves as business manager for the College of the 
Albemarle. 



Staff 




MRS. SHELVEY CRUMP 
Assistant Registrar 

Mrs. Crump not only assists 
Mr. Jones but also does faculty 
secretarial work. She has attended 
El on College and College of the 
Albemarle. 



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MRS. CATHERINE KIGER 

Mrs. Kiger, who attended Winthrop College, Rock Hill, N. C, 
and Draughins', Charlotte, N. C. , performs the numerous secretarial, 
clerical, and bookkeeping duties. 



Staff 



MRS. EMILY STOWERS 
Secretary to the Dean 



ELIJAH CHERRY 
GEORGIA BROOKS 
Custodians 





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ROY GODFREY 
Biology Lab 



DONALD GENTRY 
Physics Lab 




DENNIS DUDLEY 
Chemistry Lab 





JACK WARD 
Geology & Meteorology Labs 




CHARLES HOLDEN 



sam Mcpherson 



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Row 1: Sandra Shorkey and Pat Jones. Row 2: Bobby Armstrong, Glen Sivills, Sharon Pierce and Becky Stanley. 



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JANE ALLEN, Treasurer; ANNE CLOUGH, Secretary; 
BRENDA RUSSELL, Historian; Standing: RICHARD 



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HOLLOWELL, Vice-President; DENNIS DUDLEY, Presi- 
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CHARLES HOLDEN 





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President; BETTY FERRELL, Vice-President. Standing: Representative; KEN SIMPSON, Treasurer. 

JOHN WILSON, Sergeant-at-Arms; MIKE FREEMAN, 



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Directors of the Student Nurse Program 
Marcie Allen and Dorothy Dilday 



Student nurses making use of the library facilities. 




Learning through lectures. 



Student dorm and classroom building. 




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Elizabeth Fuller, secretary to Mr. Melko 





Walter J. Melko, Assistant Dean of Technical and 
Vocational Studies. 




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Circle K takes a part in Community Activities. 



Sponsored by the KiwanisClub, the Circle K provides 
a program of leadership and character-building for the 
college man such as the sponsoring service club offers 
the professional and business man. 

The qualities of scholarship, good citizenship, leader- 
ship and initiative are stressed. Personal contacts are 
made between the professional and business leaders of 
the Kiwanis and the Circle K college men. Both organi- 
zations use the motto, "We Build. " 

Developed from an idea conceived by Jay N.Emerson 
in 1936 and developed into an actuality in 1947 after he 
became President of Kiwanis International, the first 
Circle K club was organized at Carthage College, 
Carthage, Illinois. The number of Circle K clubs has 
gradually spread throughout the United States and Canada. 
Kiwanis does not sponsor these clubs in order to build 
future Kiwanians. Their aim is to build good future 
leaders and citizens in the business and professional world. 

Each member is given a chance to "show his stuff. " 
Friendly rivalry within the organization keeps each 
member ready and eager to do his part. Though not an 
honorary society, it is an honor to belong. 

The contacts and friendships made in the Circle K 
environment do much to mold a young college man into 
the type of citizen that every community needs. Circle 
K's motto, "We Build, " is just that— the building blocks 
of character, ideals, and perspective needed to enter the 
larger business and professional world. 



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Left row: Gene Banks, Billy Jackson, Sonny Briggs, Gus 
Buchanan, Ken Simpson, Frank Gregory, Haywood Spruill, 
Tommy Williams, Don Saunders. Right row: David Bates, 



Richard Keeter, Tommy Ward, Charles Holden, Dennis 
Dudley, Sam McPherson, Joe Sawyer, Billy Roughton, 
Mike Leary, Jack Ward. 



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THOMAS H. BRIGGS 
President 




CHARLES HOLDEN 
Vice-President 





BARBARA WEBER 
Sweetheart 




SAM McPHERSON 
Secretary 




KEN SIMPSON 
Treasurer 




TOMMY WARD 
Director 



RICHARD KEETER 
Director 



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CHARTER MEMBERS 
Thomas Briggs, Dermis Dudley, David Bates, Bill Jackson, Joe Sawyer, Sam 
McPherson, Don Saunders, Frank Gregory, Haywood Spruill. 





MR. RAY JONES 

Advisor 



REV. MELVIN B. AYCOCK, JR. 
Advisor 




NEW MEMBERS 
Gene Banks, Ken Simpson, Charles Holden, Richard Keeter, Shell Scott, 
Tommy Ward, Tommy Williams, Billy Roughton, Jack Ward, Mike Leary, 
Jay Ross. 



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DENNIS DUDLEY 
President 



RICHARD HOLLOWELL 
Vice-President 




ANNE CLOUGH 
Secretary 





JANE ALLEN 
Treasurer 




BRENDA RUSSELL 
Historian 



DON SAUNDERS 
Serge ant- at -Arms 



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Seated: Don Saunders, Anne Clough, Dennis Dudley, 
Richard Hollowell, Jane Allen. Standing: Patsy Godfrey, 
Ed Waters, Kay Newbern, Rose Cahoon, Sharon Vickrey, 
Pat Jones, Lois Ballance, Brenda Russell, Mike Freeman, 



Sharon Pierce, Sam McPherson, Charles Holden, Ken 
Simpson, Betty Ferrell. Back row: Howard Berry, Jack 
Ward, David Bates, Harry Gintzer, Gordon Copeland, 
John Wilson. 




JOHN TRATHEN 
Advisor 



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student \-Jovernment 



FINANCE COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Jane Allen, 
Sharon Vickrey, Pat Jones, chairman, Sharon Pierce 
and Sam McPherson. 





EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Don 
Saunders, Ann Clough, Dennis Dudley, chairman, 
Richard Hollowell, Jane Allen, and Brenda Russell. 



ELECTIONS COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Jack Ward, 
David Bates, Ed Waters, chairman, and Howard 
Berry. 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Left to Right, Row 1: Pat 
Jones, Sharon Pierce, chairman, Jane Allen. Row 2: 
Charles Holden, Betty Ferrell, Sharon Vickrey, and 
Shell Scott. 




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PUBLICITY COMMITTEE: Charles Ho Id en, Sam 
McPherson, Chairman. Sharon Pierce. 



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HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE: Ken Simpson, 
Charles Holden, Chairman, Mike Freeman. 





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Co-Editor 



BRENDA RUSSELL 
Co-Editor 





ANNE CLOUCH 
Assistant Editor 



BONNIE JONES 
Business Manager 



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Staff 




Brenda Russell, Irene Sanderlin, Betty Symons, Jack Ward, Howard Jennings, Anne Clough, Kristin 
Babbitt, Rose Cahoon, Bonnie Jones, Howard Berry, Ray Jennings. 




WALTER McCRAW 
Advisor 



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Rose Cahoon and Howard Berry 



J n o to Qrap h e 

Sidney Long 




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Irene Sanderlin and Kris Babbitt 




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ROBERT KING 

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Jack Ward, Don Sivills, Don Saunders, Robert Foster. Standing: Richard Hollowell, Gene Banks, Ken Simpson, Charles 
Holden, James Harrison. 



DOLPHINS 



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Richard are you blowing bubbles? 




Is it legal for us to have a chance? 
A little higher Jelly. 





Marion gets two. 



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Chowan College 65 

Louisburg College 124 

Newport News Apprentice 91 

East Carolina Freshman 107 



Miss it! !!!!!!! ! 



COA 46 

COA 49 

COA 42 

COA 70 



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Our Ballerina. 



Scoreboard 



Newport News Apprentice 115 

Chowan College 109 

North Carolina Wesleyan 90 

Old Dominion Freshman 126 



COA 56 

CO A 55 

COA 71 

COA 64 




The referee didn't see this one. 




Richard's favorite snowbird! 




And the score goes up and up and up. 
Damn Ball! 



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JUDY JOHNSON 



PAT JONES 



SHARON VICKREY 




MIKE FREEMAN 





PAT ANDERSON 



DONNA RILEY 



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Beet Billy ooten doten. 




VICTORY! ! ! ! 




Can you do the Dolphin shake it?! 



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Gathering of the Type I's. 





Pharos Sweetheart 



How's your antifreeze doing? 



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Steady boy ! 





What happened to the water? 



What happened? 



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Congratulations ! 




The Happy Five. 





A woman for President? 




C. O. A. 's Brain Power. 



What is his rank? 



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For people who think young! 




BoB 

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Smile you are on Candid Camera. 





A years work in one little package. 



Such Grace ! 



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Lonesome Pine. 



How could that be ? 




Upperclassmen *!%&*' !*** 



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C. O. A. <s Oscar 




The leaning columns of Albemarle. 



Dadburn street light. 






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Good-by cruel world. 



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New Power Elite. 




Palladin and his woman. 




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I'm seeing double. 



No kin to Quick Draw McGraw. 



The President's Home. 




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Basketball Queen 



Anxious Anticipation 




Under the Bright Lights 




The longest walk 



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Mr. and Miss C. O. A. 
Represent the College 



MR. and MISS CO. A. 
Richard and Sharon 



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Stairway to the stars. 




Local missle grounds? 





SONNY BRIGGS 
Basketball Manager 




ED WATERS 
Basketball Scorekeeper 




Exams weren't that bad? 



The South is going to rise again! 



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Our Alma Mater 




Future Gym 




Mr. King's Waterloo! 




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A CAREER 

With A Future! 



If you like science and mathe- 
matics, consider engineering 
for your career! Engineering is 
the field of today and tomor- 
row. Progress is fast. New jobs 
are opening up every day. Plan 
for a job with a future— plan to 
be an engineerl 



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VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY 



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Scientific Pest Control 




PYRAMID 




PYRAMID EXTERMINATING CO., INC 

Phone 335-4970 Elizabeth City, N.C. 

"YOU GET THE BEST PLUS COURTEOUS SERVICE" 



Whistling 


Pines 


Motel 


Restaurant 




Private Baths 


Hot Water Heat 


Air Conditioned 




Television 


Mr. & Mrs 


. C. H. Jarvis 


Owners and Operators 


U.S. Highway 17 


Phone 


i 335-2849 



Wachovia Bank 
and Trust Company 



Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



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GERNELL'S 

512 East Colonial Avenue 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

Phone 338-9680 



Compliments of 




Elizabeth City, North Carolina 




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HOOPER BROTHERS 



Office Supplies Furniture 

Wholesale Paper School Supplies 

Phone 335-4894 



Compliments of 



PELL PAPER BOX COMPANY 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

PERRY PAINT & GLASS CO. 

North Water Street 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



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Compliments of 
TODD'S PHARMACY 



Compliments of 
ECONOMY AUTO 



Compliments of 
ABBOTT CO. 



Compliments of 
OXENA NEWSTAND 



Elizabeth City 
Brick Company, Inc 

Builder Supplies 
Manufacturers of 

Ready Mixed Concrete 

Concrete and Solite Blocks 

Aluminum Awnings 

Dial 335-2965 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



W. H. Snowden 



General Merchandise 

Gasoline and Oils 

Currituck, North Carolina 

Phone 453-8148 



Compliments of 
ACME T.V. SALES & SERVICE 



Compliments of 
EASTERN FINANCE CORPORATION 



Compliments of 
M. G. MORRISETTE & SONS 



Compliments of 

JENNETTE'S 
'The Men's Store' 



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Compliments of 




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"Carpenter in Steel" 


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General Machine Work 
Steel Construction 


jpplies 



Compliments of 
R. L. EVANS 



Compliments of 
S & R OPEN MARKET 



Compliments of 
R. L. PARKER PACKING CO. 



Compliments of 
CATO'S 



Compliments of 
HILL'S CONFECTIONERY 



Compliments of 
SHERWIN WILLIAMS 



Compliments of 
THE APOTHECARY SHOP 



Compliments of 
COMSTOCK'S 



Southern 



Loan & Insurance 



Co., Inc 

Insurance Dept. 
Loan Account 



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Compliments of 



C. W. WARD, JR. 



Congratulations 
Class of 1964 



The Daily Advance 



Compliments of 



FROGGY'S SPORT & HOBBY CENTER 



Compliments of 



CADER HARRIS & SON 



G. R. LITTLE AGENCY, INC. 

Established 1903 
Fire - Auto - Casualty - Bonds 

338 Carolina Building 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

BOULEVARD MARKET 

900 Hughes Boulevard 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



MILES JENNINGS, INC. 



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The Jordan Co 



Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



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401 South Hue 


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Elizabeth C 


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North Carolina 



COPELAND'S CONFECTIONARY 
& GRILL 

722 Hughes Blvd. 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

Phone 335-9877 

'We serve delicious home cooked meals." 



RON-E'S BARBER SHOP 

1004 Hughes Blvd. 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

Phone 335-2328 



Specializing in Flat-tops and in 

Children's Haircuts 
Open until 9:00 p.m. on Friday's 





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H. WILKINS CO. 


Furniture 


G-E Appliances 






Seigler Heaters 






Phone 335-2971 


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zabeth City, North Carolina 



GOOD/YEAR 
TIRES 



Perry Tire Store 



Phones 335-6882 and 335-2424 



501 Elizabeth Street 



Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



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Compliments of 
D. WALTER HARRIS 



Compliments of 
LP GAS & APPLIANCE COMPANY 



FARM SUPPLY CO., INC. 

Farm Machinery - Parts - Service 

Garden & Field Seeds - Insecticides 

Phone 335-2497 



KENYON BAILEY PRODUCE, INC. 

East Burgess Street 

Phones 335-5882 and 335-4993 



Thornton Furniture 



201-219 W. Poindexter Street 

Elizabeth City, North. Carolina 

'Featuring the largest selection of 

fine furniture in Northeastern 

North Carolina." 




New Home 
Appliance Co., I nc 

Sales and Service 
513 Westover Blvd. Phone 335-6888 



J.B. CARTWRIGHT 

Plumbing, Heating & Electrical 

Contractor 



Compliments of 

GARRETT HARDWARE CO. 

Phone 335-4375 Elizabeth City 



RUSSELL & HOLMES 
"Where shopping is a pleasure." 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



Compliments of 
OVERMAN & STEVENSON 



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WILLIS S. WRIGHT & SONS INC. 

700 E. Main St. 

Telephones 335-2983 - 335-2984 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



Compliments of 
CENTRAL RESTAURANT 



Compliments of 
RIGGS BARBERSHOP 



Industrial Bank 



Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

"Your signature is all you need for 
a loan with us! Come by and see us.' 



"We pay 4% interest on Savings, too. 



Perry 

Motor Company 

Inc. 

"45 years of continuous sales •& service 
to the people of the Albemarle." 

"A complete selection of OK used cars. 1 



Impala 
Be I -Air 
Biscayne 
Monza 



Chevrolet 
Corvair 
Chevy II 
Chevelle 



Trucks 



Corner of Martin and Elizabeth Streets 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

Phone 335-4359 



ED'S ESSO 




Esso Products - Washing - 


Lubrication 


Martin & Elizabeth 


338-9754 


Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

ROAD STREET DELICATESSEN 

502 North Road Street 



SAWYER'S HOUSE 
OF FURNITURE, INC. 

602 N. Hughes Blvd. 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

Phone 338-3901 



90 




ROGERSON'S RICHFIELD 

'Thanks for the privilege of serving you, 



CITY SHEET METAL CO. 



Heating Air Conditioning 

104 East Colonial Ave. 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



KRAMER ELECTRIC CO. 



414 East Colonial Avenue 



Elizabeth City, North Carolina 



CULPEPPER HARDWARE 
COMPANY, INC. 

"The Town's Tool Box" 

Corner of Poindexter and Colonial 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 




JEWELERS SINCE 1882 
Elizabeth City, North Carolina 





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